Anyone knows about MPG Caps? Does it really work? I got an offer to use this save-fuel product.
Thanks, Misha. I believe you know better about automotive more than me.
They claim that U.S. government recommends this product but I found it hard to get information about whether it is true or not. So, if you say it's a scam, so I won't buy it.
by Misha 8 years ago
I feel ashamed.I feel ashamed that my favorite place on the Internet takes part in ripping people of their money.I physically cannot go to every one of dozens of hubs that lie to people about this "wonderful invention". On top of this, some authors delete my comments, some do not allow...
by puregrace 4 years ago
Why do many men like wearing caps, especially with some kind of logo on them?It seems that men collect caps, and from their collection they pick the one to wear to wherever they are going. Why do men like their caps so well? And why do they pick certain ones for going to work, or to get gas for the...
by 05Jamie 8 years ago
Has anyone had abuse or complaints because some people are scared from capital letters for example "Clearly You think we are DEAF hmmNot Only is it Bad Manners to Yell (in CAPS) at us in a forum;but it is also against your TOS to self promote your hubs this way. And just in case You are...
by Andria 8 years ago
How To Tell A Scam From A Genuine Offer
by pjdscott 9 years ago
I ask since we drive a Toyota Prius, having recently traded in for the 2008 model. Our 2005 version was superb and the new model even better. The car salesroom had a push to sell some, and we got the T5 spirit showroom model for the price of the T5. They also gave us a complimentary solar panel...
by Jay_man13 9 years ago
First, does anyone actually believe TV car ads that claim "X" MPG? Are there people who buy these cars and expect to attain it? Do they know that average MPG, especially around town where a great many miles are driven, do not equate to highway miles? Do they understand...
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